International Conference on Theory and Practice of Natural Computing

Theory and Practice of Natural Computing pp 83-94 | Cite as

Generation of Linguistic Advices for Saving Energy: Architecture

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 9477)

Abstract

Automatic generation of natural language is a challenging multidisciplinary research field. This paper presents some first results in the NATCONSUMERS European project. The goal of this project is the generation of natural language recommendations that are tailored to each specific consumer characteristics for promoting more sustainable behaviors of consumption.

Here, we present a multidisciplinary research that consists in merging a classical architecture for natural language generator systems, proposed in the field of Computational Linguistics, together with results of our previous research in the field of Computing with Perceptions. We present a general view of the architecture of the NATCONSUMERS natural language generator system and we include an example of implementation.

Keywords

Linguistic description of data Computing with perceptions Computing with words Fuzzy Logic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.European Centre for Soft ComputingMieresSpain

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